Q: I’m trying not to overeat during the holidays, but I hate measuring my food. Is there another way?
Eating and drinking more calories than your body can burn is especially easy at this time of year. There’s no one-size-fits-all formula for avoiding the calorie overload that can make you feel sluggish and promote weight gain. You have lots of research-tested options, and a combination of strategies is likely better than relying on any one strategy.
There’s been a lot of research on anti-inflammatory diets over the years, much of it related to cancer and other chronic diseases. That’s because chronic inflammation is strongly associated with the development of many cancers, such as colorectal.
Next week at our conference, researchers will be talking about diet and the microbiome, portion control and other ways food and nutrition are related to cancer prevention. So we help our attendees live the message of healthy eating with delicious and carefully planned meals and snacks.
Researchers and dietitians tell us they look forward to AICR conference food! This year we’re serving Roasted Root Vegetable & Quinoa Pilaf, Black-Eyed Pea Salad and Avocado Toast with Blood Orange and Arugula among many other creative dishes. The menus follow AICR’s New American Plate which is based on AICR’s Recommendations for Cancer Prevention.